TEXAS CITY — Attorneys for three people severely injured in the March 2005 explosions at BP’s Texas City refinery will return to court today with more claims that the oil company has not lived up to its end of a settlement agreement. While BP maintains it is addressing an ”administrative delay” in which key medical bills were not paid one of the plaintiff attorneys said his clients are not likely to start taking the company at its word.

”Let’s put it this way: After nine months of trying to work things out with BP we have 10 motions on the docket (today) it’s set for trial Jan. 8 and we fully intend to go to trial” said James Nebout a Texas City attorney representing Alisa Dean Tracy Donaie and Enrique Rivera.

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